The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on October 2, 1961 · Page 7
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 7

Ottawa, Kansas
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Monday, October 2, 1961
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Ann Landers Gee! If You'd Checked Sooner! MRS. ROSCOE E. LONG (Wright Photo) Daugharthy-Long Rite Yesterday Dear Ann Landers: I noted a letter in your column recently knocking palmistry and tea-leaf reading. Why don't you stick to teenage monsters, wife beaters and peanut brain housewives? I've been practicing these sciences for many years and I have profited handsomely. I was married twice and both would have been catostrophic had I attempted to keep them together. The leaves told me to get out and I did. By reading my own palm I was able to extricate myself from a business venture after losing $2, 000. Had I continued (as the financial experts advised) I would have lost a great deal more. ANN Why not admit that certain fields are too much for you instead of pretending to know everything? — MADAME Z Dear Madame Z.: Why didn't you check with the leaves and read your palm BEFORE you married the two beauts and BEFORE you landed in that not- so-hot business deal? Kay Daugharthy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Daugharty, RFD 4, became the bride of Roscoe E. Long, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Long, Independence, at a ceremony yesterday at 3 p.m. in First Methodist Church. Rev. Charles P. Knight officiated. Gold altar vases filled with white chrysanthemums, candelabra entwined with smilax, and baskets of gold mums formed the setting. Bows marked the pews. Music was given by Mrs. J. R. Henning, organist, and Mr. Dean Zook, soloist. Janet and Sandra Daugharthy lighted the candles. The bride's gown was of imported Chantilly lace over satin with a scalloped neckline, fitted bodice and long tapered sleeves. The bell shaped skirt featured a satin belt which held a detachable satin chapel train. A Queen's crown of lace set with seed pearls and crystals held her silk illusion veil. The bride wore a diamond and cul tured pearl pendant and pearl earrings, a gift from the groom, and carried a handkerchief belonging to her great-grandmother. Her Colonial bouquet was of gold roses and stephanotis. Best man and matron of honor were Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Briscoe. Mrs. Bill Elliott and ^Irs. John Milton were bridesmaids Groomsmen were Bill Elliott and Fred Lines, and ushers were Ronald Daugharthy and Jack Dale. Terry Wiggins was flower girl. The attendants and flower girl wore dresses of treasure gold satin made with scoop neckline cap sleeves and fitted bodice Skirts had front panels with un- pressed pleats at the side and belts accented with bows in front. Mrs. Briscoe wore a gold satin pill box hat with matching short veil. Flat satin bows formed the headpieces for the bridesmaids. All carried Colonial bouquets of brown Doty mums. The flower girl carried a basket of bronze and gold mums. Candlelighters wore bronze satin dresses and wrist corsages of bronze pom poms. The bride's mother chose a sheath of mint brown lace over beige taffeta, brown accessories and a white rose corsage. The groom's mother wore a dress of olive green lace over taffeta, honey beige accessories and white rose corsage. Silver candelabra, gold roses and smilax decorated the reception table centered with a four tier cake topped with gold roses and frosted wedding bells Hostesses were Mrs. Lawrence Ogg and Mrs. Lester Daugharthy assisted by Mrs. Shirley Stephenson and Mrs. Woodrow Goddard. Mrs. Beverly Daugharthy and Mrs. Glenn King dipped punch. Serving the cake were Mrs. Russell Daugharthy and Mrs. Lester Daugharthy assisted by Marilyn Smith and Maria Jo She was a member of Phi Kappa Jhi social club. She is a legal secretary. The groom, an attorney, is an associate member of Lillard, Edison, Lewis and Porter, To- jeka. He graduated from Wash- 3urn University in 1958 and from Washburn Law School this year. He is affiliated with Kappa Sigma social fraternity, Pi Alpha Sigma honorary political science fraternity, and Delta Theta Phi legal fraternity. Attending the ceremony were the bride's grandfather, Edgar Doty, Colton, Calif., also relatives of the couple from Redlands, Calif., Independence, Fredonia, Cooking's Fun THE BRIDE COOKS DINNER If you are looking for a savory rangetop veal dish that does not call for onion, this is it. Phyl's Veal Paprika Steamed Rice Green Peas Head Lettuce with Thousand Island Dressing Lemon Tarts Beverage Neodesha and Prairie Village. Socialettes American Association of University Women will hold a dinner meeting tomorrow at 6:30 p.m. at Mrs. B. F. Bowers' home. Love and Loyalty Club will hold a potluck supper tomorrow at 6 p.m. at the J. C. South home. Crusaders Class of the Church of the Brethren went to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Corwin Shields last evening for a potluck supper. Mr. and Mrs. Joe McAuley were guests and Mr. McAuley gave a talk. Class members presented Mr. and Mrs. Shields with a housewarming gift. Thirteen members and 11 children were present. Bridal Shower A bridal shower in the social rooms of the Church of the Brethren Thursday evening honored Angeline Baldwin, Miss Baldwin will be married to Robert H. Wootten on Oct. 8. The gift table was centered with a pink parasol draped with tulle, and pink rosebuds. Refreshments also featured a pink -nd white color scheme. Hostesses for the party were Mrs. Roy Snyder, Mrs. Roy Gerhard, Mrs. Ray Simmons and Mrs. Russell Wray. Twenty-four attended. PHYL'S VEAL PAPRIKA 1 pound boneless veal (at least 1 inch thick) 2 tablespoons butter or margarine 1 clove garlic (crushed) %. cup diced celery 1 beef bouillon cube dissolved in 1 cup boiling water 1 teaspoon paprika l /t cup sour cream Salt and pepper Have veal cut in 8 or 9 chunks. In a heavy saucepan, brown veal on all sides in butter. Stir in garlic, celery and bouillon. Simmer, covered/ about 1 hour or until tender. There should be enough liquid and drippings in pan to make about 1 A cup; if not, add a little water; if more, reduce by cooking rapidly. Off heat, stir in the paprika and sour cream. Add salt if necessary and pepper to taste. Reheat but do not boil. Makes 2 to 3 servings. Dear Ann Landers: Is it true that when liquor goes in—the truth comes. out? I'm seeing a man who, on the fourth drink begins to talk about what a wonderful wife I'd make, how happy we'd be together, how cute our children would be, and how we were really meant for each other. When there is no b'quor around he tells me how much money he owes, how much his mother depends on him for every little thing, how uncertain his job is and suggests that I look around for a nice fellow who could offer me marriage and security. I'm ashamed to admit that I've been going with this man for almost five years. Which is the REAL Egbert—the drunk one or the sober one?—D.L. Dear D. L.: What difference does it make? You wouldn't want a drunken Egbert and the sober Egbert doesn't want you. A man who must get slopped to the eyeballs before he can talk about marriage is sick. Send him a get-well card—then take his advice. Dear Ann Landers: When I was 15 I made the biggest mistake a girl can make. My family sent me to a home for unwed mothers and I stayed away from this town for almost a year. I tried to fool myself into thinking nobody knew, but I was wrong. I'm almost 20 now and I've made a big effort to hold my head up and forget the past—but people just won't let me forget. Last night I had a date with a wonderful fellow and we went to a movie. Two girls I knew in high school were sitting in front of us. They were with boys I didn't know. The girls turned around and said hello and then they began to giggle and whisper. I could hear just enough to know they were telling the boys all about me. After almost five years of lead- (County HEA and is now an assistant to the state leader of home economics, Extension Division, Kansas State University, Manhattan. The groom graduated from Kansas State University, Manhattan, and has an M.A. from American University, Washington D. C. His honorary fraternities are Alpha Zeta and Gamma Sigma Delta. He is editor of the Kansas 4-H Journal, Manhattan. THE OTTAWA HERALD Monday, October 2, 1961 MRS. DALE APEL Mary Dean Holle Married Saturday The Baby Has Been Named The son born Sept. -21, to Mr. and Mrs. Harold L. Siegele, Tia Juana, Julian, Venezuela, has been named Steven Merle. He weighed 9 lb., 4 oz. Mr. and Mrs. Siegele have three daugh ters, Nancy, Susy and Linda Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs Otto Siegele, Princeton; and Mr. 0. B. Smith, Independence The daughter born Sept. 29, a Ransom Memorial Hospital, t Mr. and Mrs. Robert Howarc Beitler, Quenemo, has beer named Teresa Sue. She weighed 8 lb., 10 Oz. Dinner For Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Tony Van Leiden and Timmy gave a family dinner yesterday honoring the 40th wedding anniversary of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Van Leiden. The couple came several weeks ago from Holland, for a visit with :he son's family. Of particular interest to the couple was the four-layer anniversary cake decorated in pink and white, which was baked as they do not do baking in their home. The couple received a large bouquet of white and lavender chrysanthemums for a table centerpiece. Attending the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brown and Freddie, and Mrs. Nellie Brown, Ottawa; Jill Brown, Lawrence; and Janice Brown, Emporia. Mrs. Salome Latz called in the afternoon. ing a decent life don't you think people should forgive and forget? Please tell me what I can do to be accepted?—BLACK PAST Dear Black Past: It's cruel and unfair but this is the penalty a girl must pay for "the biggest mistake a girl can make." There is no way to dim the memory of a gossip or to close his mouth. A girl with your history is better off moving to a new community. I strongly recommend it. Confidential to NUTTY OVER HER: Just plain Nutty is more like it. A man who would join such a line-up is wacky. Miss Mary Dean Holle, former Franklin County home economics agent, and Dale Apel, both of Manhattan, were married Saturday at 3:30 p.m. in St. John's Lutheran Church, Topeka. The bride is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Fred W. Holle, Topeka, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Apel, Sedan. Rev. J. G. Jacobsen performed the ceremony. George Kreiger, Topeka, was organist, and Mrs. Arthur Quednow, Overland Park, was soloist. The bride's brother, David Holle, lighted the candles. , The bride wore a street-length gown she had fashioned of white peau de soie with front panel and elbow length sleeves of Chantilly lace. Her shoulder-length veil fell from a circlet of lace accented by a flat peau de soie bow. Her bouquet was of white Fuji mums with green croton leaves. Judith Ann Holle was maid of honor for her sister. Her dress of moss green peau de soie was similar in style to the bride's Club Forecast Tneid»y BETA OAMMA, Mrs. Ray B. Kelly N A R.C.E., Youth Center. 2 p.m. CHAPTER OL, P.E.O., Mrs. Robert B. Anderson N.M.C. CLUB, Mrs. O. E. Jordan JAYCEE JAYNES DE MOLAY MOTHERS AUXILIARY to N.F.P.O.C. LEND-A-HAND Class NAZARENE Mission Society PROMENADERS A.A.U.W., Mrs. B. F. Bowers, 8:30 p.m. dnnor LOVE and LOYALTY Club, J. C. South home, 6 p.m. Layette Shoiver Giving a layette shower Friday evening for Mrs. Virgil Croucher were Mrs. Kendall Hay and Mrs. Carroll Whiteford at the Hay home. Decorating the gift table was a tree hung with baby shoes. Games and refreshments were planned. Thirteen guests attended dress, and had a matching lace jacket. Her bouquet was of gold and bronze Fuji mums and green croton leaves. Stanley Meinen, St. Paul, Minn., acted as best man. Ushers included brothers of the couple, P. E. Apel, Sedan; and Charles W. Holle, Wamego; also Loren Goyen, College Park, Md.; and George Wingert, El Dorado. After a reception in the church parlor, the couple left on a wedding trip to Mexico City and Acapulco, Mexico. Mr. and Mrs. Apel will be at home at 1611 Laramie, Manhattan, after Oct. 23. The bride attended Washburn University, Topeka, graduated from Kansas State University, Manhattan, and received a M.S. at Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y. She was affiliated with Zeta Tau Alpha social sorority and with Pi Lambda Theta and Phi Upsilon Omicron honorary sororities. She served as Franklin Public Sale Having sold my home, will sell at public auction the following household goods at: 534 NORTH SYCAMORE Tuesday, Oct. 3, 1961 (Starting at 1:00 P.M.) 8 ft. refrigerator; gas range; television and antenna; living room suite; dining room table and 6 chairs; piano and bench; sewing machine; breakfast table and chairs; 2 — 9x12 wool rugs with pads; washing machine; rollaway tubs (2); bedroom suite; 2 brass beds, springs and mattresses; gas reznor; electric fans; dishes and cooking utensils; power mower and other articles too numerous to mention. Terms: Cash. Not responsible in case of accidents. Mrs. M. J. Totten, owner Auctioneers: Myers and Burgess Clerk: Peoples Nat'l Bank, Ottawa Class Dinner Following a fried chicken and potluck dinner Friday evening, the Reta Class of the First Methodist Church viewed pictures presented by Dr. James E. Wallen. The first group of pictures was on scenes around Ottawa and the second was on the Methodist Youth Camp at Camp Chippewa. Miss Nora Evans, president, conducted a business meeting. Others on the serving committee were Mrs. J. L. Rokes, Miss Jessie Harold, Miss Grace Metz, Miss Vera DeWald, Mrs. Eunice Larkin and Mrs. Pearl Mathias. Visitors included Rev. and Mrs. Charles P. Knight, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Johnson, Dr. and Mr". Wallen, Mr. J. L. Rokes, Mrs. N. L. Wheeler, Miss Nancy Lollar and Mrs. Nelle Stout. Twenty-nine members attended. HIGH FUEL BILLfi make you hit the ceiling? CEILING HOT WHEN YOU HIT IT? THEN YOU HAVE AN ORDINARY HEATER! Babcock. Linda Willard and Cynthia Long passed out riee bags and Judy Daugharthy was in charge of the guest book. Following a week's trip to Chicago, the couple will be at home at 1010 College, Topeka, after Oct. 9. The bride was graduated from O.H.S. with the class of '55 and from Ottawa University in 1959 gjxprass'Your Sympathy witKTlowcrs.. 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